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Merger of all factions of the Momin Conference

New Delhi: All different factions of Momin Conference have now agreed to merge themselves into one consolidated organisation of new All India Momin Conference and to work jointly and with renewed strength for the all round educational, social and economic progress of the Ansari fraternity. This decision was taken in the meeting of executive committee of All India Momin Conference (AIMC) held in its new office at Laxmi Nagar, New Delhi on 14 April under the chairmanship of AIMC’s President Haji Abdul Khaliq Ansari. Secretary of Maulana Azad Education Foundation, Muhammad Wazir Ansari, IPS officer, was invited to this meeting as a special guest and many other serving and retired government officers and important leaders and office bearers of AIMC attended this meeting. President AIMC Haji Abdul Khaliq Ansari, welcoming and expressing his happiness over the merger of all different factions of the fraternity said that now they could devotedly work with combined and renewed strength for the all-round progress of the community. Laying emphasis on the importance of unity, he said with unity of AIMC a positive message is being given to the entire Muslim community and it will be easier to pressurise government to implement the recommendations of Sachar Committee and Ranganath Commission, to declare Presidential Order of 1950 null and void and to amend  Art 341 of the Constitution regarding reservation to Muslims. He said that for this purpose AIMC will soon convene a big national convention. He further said that AIMC will also open a coaching centre for preparing Muslim youth for IAS, IPS and other civil services examinations, setting up a modern hospital, medical and educational welfare Trust and schools.

Vice President of AMIC Imran Ansari said that the works and projects that had been held up will now be taken up for implementation and completion. He also said that preparations will also be made for celebrating hundred years of Momin Conference.

It was also decided in this meeting that representative committees of the Conference will be constituted at state and district levels and strategy for pressurising governments for granting due rights of Muslims in general and of the Momin fraternity in particular and their share in government will also be devised. Important leaders and office bearers of the conference from different parts of the country attended this meeting. Secretary of Maulana Azad Education Foundation, Muhammad Wazir Ansari welcomed the merger of different factions and decisions taken in this meeting.

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 May 2013 on page no. 10

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